Salvation on Death Row: The Pamela Perillo Story


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$19.95  $18.55
Kicam Projects, LLC
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5.5 X 0.7 X 8.4 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

John T. Thorngren, a Texas writer and graduate of the University of Texas, has enjoyed a myriad of life experiences working from basements to boardrooms. He is a songwriter published in Southern Gospel and an author of several patents, technical articles, and a nonfiction book on probability and statistics. John and his wife of more than five decades live in Shady Shores, Texas, where their livestock freely roam the grounds. After his first heart attack at an early age and two subsequent heart attacks followed by two open-heart surgeries, John believes that God has a purpose for every life.


Through a dramatic first-person narrative that refuses to be set down, John Thorngren propels the reader through the agony, the horror, and the hope that is the life of Pamela Perillo. The pitched battle between the bitter deceptions and failings of our broken world and the beckoning Grace of restoration and redemption carve the contours of this incredible woman's life all the way to the Texas death house. Some true stories move us. Pamela's story changes us.

-- (06/06/2017)

Pam Perillo spent years on Death Row and invites the reader into its reality. She shares her painful childhood with us, and it opens our eyes to her journey to the row...Pam is an example of perseverance against all odds. A transformed woman with a second chance at life.

-- (07/05/2017)

It seems to me that people that have been delivered from drug abuse need to have their story told in order to say there is hope and that victory is possible. This is a great story with a wonderful conclusion: The only good answer is the Lord!

-- (07/05/2017)

"...A strong theme weaves throughout the book of the value of all people and the beauty of redemption and relying on God in uncertainty, even unto death. [...] The memoir is well written, making a complicated storyline understandable while keeping the reader interested. The first-person point of view drives the narrative, and fascinating details about the legal system generate interest when the story idles in court. Honesty shines through, introducing even the most broken people in a way that the reader can identify with."

-- (02/26/2018)